1008-Robbery Response Tactics (Web-Based) - 10/24/2022 (Web-Based)

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Who Should Register
All law enforcement officers.

Course Goal
To present to the student effective methods and tactics of responding to various robbery-in-progress calls.

Course Objectives
The student will be able to achieve the following objectives in accordance with the information received during this course of instruction:

>    List two principal distinguishing characteristics of a robbery.
> Correctly identify and describe the five types of robberies.
> Define invisible deployment.
> List the proper verbal commands that an officer should give to control a suspect or institution employee.
>-   Correctly list and describe the two types of perimeters at a robbery scene.
> Demonstrate the ability to diagram a possible robbery location indicating officer approaches and inner perimeter security placement.
>-   Conduct a security assessment at a financial institution within the officer's jurisdiction utilizing a security assessment checklist.

This training will be conducted as web-based training.
Training Dates
10/24/2022 - 11/24/2022
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Registration Dates
06/11/2021 - 10/17/2022
Available Seats
24h 0m
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Training Location
Resources Required
Course Requirements:
>Students will be required to have access to a computer that can access the Internet and all course documents with the following programs on it: Microsoft Word, PowerPoint viewer, Adobe Acrobat Reader, Mediaplayer viewer, Quicktime viewer, and Realplayer viewer.
> Class assignments will be conducted via the Internet.
> Students will be required to complete all assignments including a score of 70% on the final test to successfully complete this course.
Reporting Instructions
None Specified
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